Lu Xun was the pen name of Zhou Shuren. He was considered the leading figure of modern Chinese literature and one of the major Chinese writers of the 20th century.
Liang Sicheng was the son of Liang Qichao, a well-known Chinese thinker in the late Qing Dynasty, and is recognized as the "Father of Modern Chinese Architecture".
Born in Sichuan Province on December 4, 1892, and passed away in Beijing on October 7, 1986.
Although there have been many changes in his posts and responsibilities, his honest character has never changed and he has always strived to serve the people.
Three years after his sudden withdrawal from the Beijing Olympic Games, China's star hurdler Liu Xiang regained honor after dramatically taking silver at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu Monday.
Born in 1911, Liao Hansheng joined the Communist Party of China in 1933. He was granted the rank of Lieutenant General in 1955. Liao was later appointed as deputy minister of National Defence.
Li Wenxiang, an 87-year-old retired soldier, has been recognized as a hero for inspiring many Chinese people with his communist conviction.
The Party's Documents published an article entitled "The origin of the slogan 'Long Live Chairman Mao'" which clarified the fact that the slogan was not proposed by Mao Zedong himself.
Li Changchun, male, ethnic Han, native of Dalian, Liaoning Province, born in February 1944. Joined the CPC in September 1965 and began working in September 1966. Graduated from the Department of Electric Machinery of Harbin Institute of Technology, majoring in industrial enterprise automation. With a university education. Engineer.
Li Keqiang, male, ethnic Han, native of Dingyuan, Anhui Province, born in July 1955. Joined the CPC in May 1976 and began working in March 1974. Graduated from the School of Economics of Peking University, majoring in economics. With on-the-job postgraduate education. Doctor of Economics.